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NADO Welcome to Utah!Shawn Seager, Mountainland Association of Governments
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Mountainland AOG Quick Facts• 45 employees• $9M Annual Budget• AAA, EDD EDA, RPO, CDBG, Meals on Wheels,  MPO, 501-c3, Rev...
Wasatch Front Region     2.3M People (2011)         Park City
Population Projections                     6
Our story is continued growth &                   Development   4,000,000               Population Growth –   3,500,000   ...
City CreekMixed Use $1B
National Security Agency    Utah Data Center, $1B
I-15 Expansion         $1.7B           10
UTA “Front line 2015”                     Capital Projects ($2.8B)44 miles of Commuter Rail4 LTR extensions1 Street Car500...
Utah’s Roadway/Transit Capital                                        $4B under                                        con...
AM 630
Sustainability             15
Utah Air Quality Issues ?                            16
Air Quality Improving                                               Utah County PM10 Values                               ...
1997’s Envision Utah             WC 2040 Consortium   18
WasatchChoice2040.com                    19
Utah’s Unified Plan                  20
Progress since 1990            1 Million more people•   I-15 Salt Lake Co.   • I-15 Utah County•   Legacy Parkway       • ...
Question Comments?Shawn Seager, Mountainland AOG     sseager@mountainland.org               801-824-1066
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  • Describe WFRC and geography (mountains/lake).85% of Utah’s population. Park City 8 kSu Co 36 k 2.7 M Statewide
  • We just heard from Pam moments ago Population increases are driving our MTP’s 2.8 million today. Added a Million in the past 20 years, 40% in migration 60% naturalThis is where we start the Plan update process: We start with the latest official # for population - 2010 CensusGOPB uses these new census numbers and a model (called REMI) to project Utah’s pop county by county
  • The way we grow will have significant effect on our quality of life in the future.
  • 24 miles longRebuilds or reconfigures 10  freeway interchanges and replaces  55 bridges $1.7B - $60M Local & $0 Federal
  • Utahn’s are “industrious” we can compete for federal discretional funding, we can spend the federal $’s and cut through federal red tape.Some states can not obligate the federal funding like we can.Increase in transit access to western Salt Lake County77 New Low Floor LRT vehicles are either in serviceCapital Projects ($2.8B)Completed West Valley and Mid-Jordan TRAX (Aug. 2)Underway: Front Runner South Commuter Rail Airport TRAX Draper TRAX Sugarhouse Streetcar-5000 jobs over 7 years
  • 70b/$29b=2.4b/year needed
  • Am 6:30
  • 1997 Peter Calthorpe, John Fergonessi and Envision Utah , Ted Knowlton became the gold standard model for Scenario Planning across the United States. Out side organization still ask Utah staff to come and talk to them about scenario planning We are set to do this again with our next plan set for adoption in June of 2015.We may develop scenarios around a low, medium, and high density growth assumptions using tools like Envision Tomorrow + in partnership with John Fregonese and associates, ESRI the U of U and many other partners with our HUD sustainability communities grant
  • Then our board of director’s (mayor and county commissions) adopt the Official Socioeconomic data set – City/TAZ population and Job projections though 2040. Blobs/centersThis is the WC2040 Vision Plan.The result of this exercise the “WC2040 Vision” is used as the official population and employment projections down to the TAZ zone remember? With the 2040 vision plan we then “build” the RTP (Transportation system) to serve the WC 2040 Vision.
  • Think about the progress we have made since 1997..
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    1. 1. NADO Welcome to Utah!Shawn Seager, Mountainland Association of Governments
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    3. 3. Mountainland AOG Quick Facts• 45 employees• $9M Annual Budget• AAA, EDD EDA, RPO, CDBG, Meals on Wheels, MPO, 501-c3, Revolving Loan Fund, Circuit Rider Planner• Board of Directors (Mayors & County Commissioners)• One of 7 AOG’s in Utah 4
    4. 4. Wasatch Front Region 2.3M People (2011) Park City
    5. 5. Population Projections 6
    6. 6. Our story is continued growth & Development 4,000,000 Population Growth – 3,500,000 3,000,000 Wasatch Front Population will increase by 65% by 2040 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0 2010 2040
    7. 7. City CreekMixed Use $1B
    8. 8. National Security Agency Utah Data Center, $1B
    9. 9. I-15 Expansion $1.7B 10
    10. 10. UTA “Front line 2015” Capital Projects ($2.8B)44 miles of Commuter Rail4 LTR extensions1 Street Car5000 jobs over Seven Years 12
    11. 11. Utah’s Roadway/Transit Capital $4B under contract $200M $2.6B $2.4B/Year $1.2B Transit and Road $3.8B $1.05B 13
    12. 12. AM 630
    13. 13. Sustainability 15
    14. 14. Utah Air Quality Issues ? 16
    15. 15. Air Quality Improving Utah County PM10 Values 24 hour Standard 300 250 200PPM 150 100 50 0 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 Years 17 Utah Co. PM 10 value NAAQS standard
    16. 16. 1997’s Envision Utah WC 2040 Consortium 18
    17. 17. WasatchChoice2040.com 19
    18. 18. Utah’s Unified Plan 20
    19. 19. Progress since 1990 1 Million more people• I-15 Salt Lake Co. • I-15 Utah County• Legacy Parkway • Front Runner• Trax University South• Front Runner • Trax Draper North • Trax Airport• HOV lanes & ITS • Trails / Bikeways• I-80 rebuild • Daybreak• Trax Mid Jordan • Gateway• Trax West Valley • City Creek 21
    20. 20. Question Comments?Shawn Seager, Mountainland AOG sseager@mountainland.org 801-824-1066
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